In other scintillating news, we also went grocery shopping. I KNOW- we're a laugh a minute. We're actually in a grocery store rough patch these days. We are committed to avoiding GMOs, and we buy everything organic, but still. The other week, we spent $400 at Whole Foods. For a week. We'd like to spend, um, NOT $400, so we've been trying to buy smaller amounts of stuff more often, and we've added TJ's back into our rotation even though it's crowded and has terrible produce in the winter. But still, we're consistently $100 over our ideal amount. This includes tons of produce and lots of meat, and we eat at home most nights and pack our lunches, but STILL. This is just a vent-- I like Whole Foods; I like to eat, and I like to eat the stuff I have gotten used to buying. It just annoys the heck out of me when I stop and think about how much it costs to eat real food all the time.
I also decided to banish mom hair today, meaning I have the same damn haircut I always have when I get sick of my hair. I wanted to go shorter, but my stylist put her foot down. She said long hair is coming back, and I need to deal with it. Okay then.
|Before: Full-on mom hair|
|After: The same damn hair I always come back to|
|I am about to buy some of those pull on diapers for babies who can't hold still because Cooper is forever dodging a diaper change-- he rolled right off his Huggie.|